Thursday, October 14, 2010

Review: Strangers in the Morning by Cooper McKenzie

Strangers in the Morning by Cooper McKenzie

Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 2



On an early morning shopping trip for condoms in preparation for a blind date Kendall Malone finds herself swept off her feet by a man who introduces himself as simply Josiah. A few minutes later, sitting in her car in the parking lot she has phone sex with him. Then his phone dies before she could find out anything more about him.

So how will she get out of her blind date so she can go after the man she really wants?

Clare C’s Review

Strangers in the Morning was a sensual short tale told in Cooper McKenzie’s usual captivating voice. Kendall Malone is a divorcee reluctant to get her life back on track. Her best friend, Lara, does what any bestie would do—she sets up a blind date for Kendall.

The next morning, Kendall runs into the handsome Josiah Bear while buying condoms. How can she get out of a blind date she no longer needs?

Both characters are realistic and loveable. The sensual scenes were titillating, but not overly graphic. I highly recommend Strangers in the Morning to anyone looking for a very well written, feel-good love story.

5 Tea Cups!

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